There's nothing like an impromptu project while trying to get a bunch of other projects finished. But sometimes, it just has to happen.Back in 2003 when we bought our fixer upper in Old Town red was my favorite color. It was the color I selected for my bridesmaids’ dresses when...
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Protecting your finished surfaces, especially flooring, when working on a project is as old as house projects themselves. From drop clothes to old carpet, pretty much every option has been tried and each has their pros and cons when it comes to keeping paint, dust, scratches, liquid, tools, boots, and...
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A few weeks ago I built a thing...and Wendy sort of hates it. You see, when it comes to aesthetics, Wendy has an innate ability to determine what is appealing, and it's an ability that greatly exceeds my own in the same arena. I like a nicely finished project and...
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What's the best way to remove 130 year old glazing and paint from wavy glass antique window sash?While it may not be something you ask every day, it's a good question if you've ever wanted to restore an old window or salvage old glass. And quite possibly the right answer...
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